Subtle touches took ponytails from youthful to sophisticated. Spotted at: Issey Miyake, Badgley Mischka, Jil Sander, Louis Vuitton, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Michael Kors, Versace.
To show off Issey Miyake’s high necklines, Kazunori Miyasaka gathered stick-straight locks into posh, center-parted ponytails. Teddy Charles complemented Badgley Mischka’s uncharacteristically relaxed collection with a sleek, side-parted ponytail and smoothed down flyaways using a toothbrush misted with hairspray. To mirror the flapper-inspired fringe at Jil Sander, Didier Malige crisscrossed the top layer of each model’s hair over her ponytail, a look that elevated the simple style to new standards of chic. Of the classic look, Malige wisely remarked, “When you put a rubber band in your hair, you automatically lift what you don’t like about your face.”
Styled by Alex White